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What is Malingering?

Malingering is a term that may not be part of everyone’s everyday vocabulary, but it plays a significant role in the fields of psychology and medicine. This complex phenomenon involves an individual intentionally exaggerating or feigning physical or psychological symptoms for a specific purpose, such as personal gain, avoiding responsibility, or seeking attention. In this comprehensive article, we will explore malingering, its potential causes, methods of identification, and its profound impact on individuals and society as a whole.

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Projection in Relationships: Illusion or Deception?

Love and specifically romance are often described as an out-of-the-world experience where life suddenly becomes beautiful. You may feel ecstatic as if your problems have vanished, or you forget about them temporarily. Shakespeare described romance as “painted-blind,” which means that people in love have a tendency to live in a sweet illusion. When the novelty wears off, they have to come back to the real world and realize that there was a projection in their relationship. This realization may hit them hard, leading to a breakup. This blog post provides some insight into how projections affect relationships and how we can minimize them.

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